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FOX
Jul 6, 2011 10:00pm EDT
british teen nine years ago. now scotland yard is investigating whether the tabloid's operatives also hacked into the phones of victims of london's terror attacks in 2005. as london's metropolitan police department says it is looking into evidence the tabloid paid police officers for information. >> that is and people need to know this a major police investigation underway. it is one of the biggest police investigations currently underway in our country and i hope members listen to this. it does not involve police officers who are involved in the original investigation. that so clearly didn't get to the truth. >> news of the world is owned by news corp., the parent company of fox 5. >>> president obama warned today of a second recession or something worse if congress does not raise the debt ceiling soon. leaders from both parties will meet with the president in the white house tomorrow to try to hammer out a deal to cut the deficit and raise the debt limit. democrats want to get rid of tax loopholes for the wealthy, but republicans are resistant. >> we should all be able to leave mill
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2011 4:00pm EDT
in mind, there's a great scottish verdict in scotland that everyone talk answer now. at least the legal experts, that's called "not proven." not innocent or not guilty, not proven. that's the consensus. i want to move on. jimmy, china, reports from unnamed sources from a publication called "business insider" speculating or sourcing quite seriously the idea china is looking to make a major investment in facebook and facebook approaches its initial public offering talking billions of dollar. some people already raising the question that maybe this is kind of shades of look what happened a couple decades ago? japan would take over the u.s. buying pebble beach, rockefeller center. china may be using its economic growing strength to do the same thing with some of our marquise properties that facebook is emblematic of american innovation. should we be worried or much ado about not so much? >> china is 7% of our debt. why can't they own the number one networking site in the world? doesn't bother me. i could care less. be honest. i know that google reads my e-mails, and that's why i get spam e-
FOX
Jul 7, 2011 5:00am PDT
says he was informed of the possible hacking by scotland yard. >>> the transportation safety administration is investigating a gun arrest last weekend at ontario airport in san bernardino county. they arrested a passenger after airport x-ray equipment detected a loaded gun. it was the fourth gun found at the airport during the screening process this year. guns are allowed in checked bags, but they must be unloaded, packed in a locked container and made known to the airline during check in. >>> time now 5:15. vallejo police want your help now tracking down a robbery suspect. now here's surveillance photo they released of the suspect. take a look at it. police say he demanded money from a woman while holding a gun. she was taking out cash from a bank of america atm. this happened at the springtown center on may 5th. now if you recognize the man in this photo, you're asked to contact vallejo police. >>> also we're learning more about a u.s. government program that was supposed to stop guns from going to mexico but instead was sending them there. investigators now say the program
NBC
Jul 7, 2011 6:00pm EDT
, in london. >> more than 4,000 telephone hacking victims have been identified by scotland yard. >>> families of the victims of the london transit bombings also are thought to have had their cell phones hacked by investigators for that paper, "the news of the world." those families were absorbing that news today as they marked the sixth anniversary of that terror attack. they got together in hyde park for a service at the memorial that honors the 52 victims. there are 52 steel pillars, each one inscribed with the name of a victim. one father says he thinks about his murdered son every day. >> it does become easier to handle, but it never goes away. it's one of those things that you know is going to be with you for the rest of your life. >> reporter: on july 7th, 2005, four suicide bombers attacked three subway trains and a bus. his son phillip was killed in the bus attack. >>> the transportation security administration is under scrutiny again tonight after one passenger claims she was disnatured against because of her curly hair. she was at sea-tac airport and was pulled aside by a tsa office
FOX News
Jul 7, 2011 9:00am EDT
they need. >> reporter: now, heather, the latest from scotland yard is police have a list of 4,000 potential victims, of the phone hacking and there are fresh allegations that family members of war dead' phones have been also been hacked. back to you, heather. heather: thank you very much, amy kellogg reporting live from london. bill: a huge question in washington. is there a budget deal in the works? we're now awaiting a meeting at the white house, at the top of the hour. can washington work the impossible? and do a deal that saves america from a $14 trillion debt? heather: anything is possible! but, just because there is a fence doesn't mean that you can still cross the border. the picture, a civilian snapped and what border patrol has to say about this. heather: fox news alert, we want to take you again now to live pictures outside of the orlando jail where casey anthony is heading. she's not heading home, she's not heading anywhere else, she was sentenced today, just about an hour ago, to lying to authorities, four different counts, to be served consecutively, one year each, granted time
FOX
Jul 7, 2011 7:00am EDT
-- first of all, these are national papers. in other words, distributed from the northern scotland to the very end of the southern tip of england. this is not a city paper. it's also a sunday paper. it's the thing that -- and it sells, i think the last count was 5.5 million copies, something like that. so it's not something small, and it's not, you know, like local rag. they've always been -- there's always been a stratum of fleet street papers as they used to be called, because they were all on fleet street, and no longer are on fleet street. you're looking at the reporter who in fact started, not on the news of the world, but one of its related. and the competition is huge. the pressure on these people to deliver is enormous. and the methods have always been traditionally not particularly nice. in fact, rather brutal. so the advance of technology has made it even easier, you know, they're not going to just let all these opportunities go by. so, you know, they're using hacking and they're using, you know, all that is available to them. in the case of the news of the world, there a
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